byPaul Fenn, Charles Schultz, W.R. Baker, Paul Elmore
Local.org live radio in West Marin - Live radio theater - "The Neitzsche Play" by W.R. Baker; "Negative Liberty" by Paul Fenn, and "Fun Against Fun" by Charles Schultz. Music includes "New Town" by Vic Chestnut, "Nagasaki" by the Three Keys, Randy Newman's "Political Science," "Garbage Heap" by Black Francis, and American Music Club's "Patriot's Heart." Topics: Nietzsche, American Enlightenment, Decadence
The Bread and Roses Show this week features a speech delivered by Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and social critic, Chriss Hedges in May, 2011 titled "The Myth of Human Progress" Topics: Chris Hedges, rebellion, empire and decadence
We tried. Hamsterloco artists trying to sound more accessible. Will they succeed? featuring Koulomek, Hibrida, Ostranenie, Ocaixi, Ashbrg & Katatsumuri. Released 31st dec 2007. HL025 A Hamsterloco Release. Topics: hamsterloco, commercial, experimental, electronic, compilation, decadence
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Cowardice and Impotence by Paul Fenn, Groovies in Motion and at Rest by Charles Schultz, Julia Peters and Paul Elmore, The Cowardice of the Imperial Idiot by Christopher Britt, with music by Mark Eitzel and American Music Club http://americanmusicclub.com Topics: Cowardice, Impotence, Imperialism, Decadence, Charity, American Politics
LibriVox recording of The Awkward Age by Henry James. Read in English by Anna SimonNanda Brookenham is coming of age, and thus 'coming out' in London society - which leads to complications in her family's social set in London's fin de siècle life. James presents the novel almost entirely in dialogue, an experiment that adds to the immediacy of the scenes but also creates serious ambiguities about characters and their motives. Summary by Anna Simon, adapted from Wikipedia. For further... Topics: librivox, audiobooks, London, society, decadence, corruption, fin de siecle
William Dalrymple’s City of Djinns (1993) won him the 1994 Thomas Cook Travel Book Award and Sunday Times Young British Writer of the year Award and established him as an engaging and entertaining travel writer with sympathetic understanding of history. This work also marks the beginning of his engagement with Mughal history, the theme revisited in his other two books White Mughals (2002) and The Last Mughal (2006).This paper will examine how Dalrymple, in spite of his larger sympathies,... Topics: Travel Writing, Oriental Tropes, Delhi, History, Mughals, Decadence, Colonial Hegemony
This is an essay 'Progress in Amerikan Culture'; describing what progress really is in Amerikan Culture. Released into the Public Domain and created by Gerard Arthus under the Creative Commons License. Topics: garthus, garthus1, amerikan culture, western decadence, corruption, immorallity, MES-000-001
In which one of the good ol' boys is laid up with some bullshit, leaving the g'day boy to pick up the burden, as they welcome Matt Fuss back to the show. After binging on season one of House of Cardboard, Aussie Matt tells tales of his journey to the Americas, the accursed voyage of decadence that nearly did him in, the strange sights and sounds awaiting travelers at The Carrot Top Cave, the dark secret of the Epcot Center, and the cleanest pair of dog balls there ever was.JUST KEEP SHOUTING... Topics: below the bible belt, podcasts, comedy, matt fuss, special guest, australia, bacon bowl, decadence,...
Tokyo Decadence and Triple Cobra bring their sexy swagger into the Towerpod Studio for this week's episode of Belly of the Bay. Topics: Belly, Of, The, Bay, area, Michelle, Misha, Lemire, towerpod, podcast, local, music, Tokyo,...
LibriVox recording of The Case of Wagner / Nietzsche Contra Wagner / Selected Aphorisms by Friedrich Nietzsche. (Translated by Anthony Mario Ludovici.) Read in English by Edmund Bloxam A collection of three of Nietzsche's writings concerning the music of Wagner. In particular, he relates Wagner's music as degenerate, unrefined and unintelligent and relates it to a gradually degenerating German culture and society. The translator provides a detailed introduction. - Summary by the Reader For... Topics: librivox, audiobooks, philosophy, Nietzsche, music, decadence, Germany, Wagner, opera, analysis,...
LibriVox recording of Against the Grain, or Against Nature, by Joris-Karl Huysmans, Read by Martin Geeson. “THE BOOK THAT DORIAN GRAY LOVED AND THAT INSPIRED OSCAR WILDE”. Such is the enticing epigraph of one early translation of Huysmans’ cult novel of 1884, which is also routinely called the Bible of Decadence. Accurate descriptions, both, of this bizarre masterpiece which has reverberated ever since through high and popular culture. “Against Nature” (or in this version “Against... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: librivox, audio, literature, huysmans, decadence, dorian gray, oscar wilde, des esseintes,... Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Imperial Populism and Toxic Decadence - Essays, News, and Music on Pax Americanabrought to you by The Local Organon - local.orgLive West Marin Radio - KWMR FM - Point Reyes and BolinasEssays: Christopher Britt-Arredando "Imperial Nostalgia" Paul Fenn "American Imperial Populism" Paul Elmore on "Inequality for All" Robert Reich's new film. Music: Georges Enescu "Sonatas" Topics: American Imperialism, radio essays, Paul Fenn, Christopher Britt-Arredando, Diane Feinstein,...
"The Carnival of Hungry Lives"The Local Organon - local.orgLive West Marin Radio - KWMR FM - Point Reyes and Bolinas and the San Geroninmo ValleyInterview: WR Baker on Art and MythEssays: Paul Elmore "Loss of Balance" Music: Louis Armstrong "Big Butter and Egg Man" Topics: art, myth, history, decadence, death of the novel, poetry, WR Baker, Paul Fenn, Paul Elmore,...